Regions in Australia

From a romantic honeymoon in Queensland to a luxury family holiday exploring the Top End of Australia, the range of adventure on offer is as large as the country itself. You can explore it by car, taking a classic route like the Great Ocean Road, by train, travelling on the uber-luxurious Ghan that stretches across Australia, or by foot, as Sydney is just perfect for pounding the pavement to catch all the iconic sights.

Queensland has so much to offer on an action-packed holiday in Australia: from snorkelling and diving on the Great Barrier Reef to exploring sun-kissed Brisbane, its surrounding national parks and the glittering Gold Coast on a family holiday, a perfect honeymoon on the postcard perfect beaches of the Whitsundays, or heading up to tropical north Queensland, where the rainforest meets the reef. 

Sydney is built around one of the most instantly recognisable harbours in the world, framed by its iconic Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, and from beautiful beaches to whale watching and seaplane flights, it’s a natural wonder-filled and fun-packed city. Heading north along the east coast, we also love the bohemian vibe of Byron Bay, whose beaches also pack a punch, while Lord Howe Island is the perfect luxury retreat. 

With Uluru (Ayers Rock) jutting out of its ochre red landscape, the Northern Territory is not only home to one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks, it is also possibly the most diverse of all the states of Australia. This really is the spiritual heart of Australia where you can hear and see stories of the Aboriginal Dreamtime, explore monsoon rainforests, gorges and flood plains and get close to the abundant wildlife.
Vast outback landscapes bordered by a spectacular coastline, a vibrant arts scene, abundant wildlife and the finest food and wine, means South Australia has to be part of your luxury holiday to Australia. From the wine regions of the Barossa to the ancient landscape of the Flinders Ranges and the wildlife and beaches of Kangaroo Island, the range of experiences on offer is diverse.
A luxury holiday to Tasmania delivers an extraordinary menu of wilderness, walking, wildlife and wine, enriched with culture and history and while this compact island is the smallest state in Australia, it’s size is genuinely dwarfed by the huge variety of experiences on offer.

Hotly debated as the cultural alternative to Sydney, Melbourne showcases arts festivals and sporting events, as well as some trendy beachside suburbs and an impressive array of food and wine hotspots. Head west from Melbourne on the Great Ocean Road – this is one of Australia’s (and the world’s) greatest drives, and is a must for all luxury self-drive holidays to Australia.

Western Australia is simply stunning. The wineries, surf and scuba-diving of the Margaret River region & Perth's sunny King's Park make this part of Australia well worth a visit on your luxury holiday, and a trip to Kimberley will take you to ancient rock formations & white beaches, while the Ningaloo Reef is a marine haven of whale sharks and sea lions.


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